Comprehensive Chess Course 1
Paperback, 129 pages, 2011 5th edition CIRC Publishing
Close your eyes. Imagine an empty board with a lonely white Knight on h1. Now, try to move the Knight from h1 to f3. Those who have completed this Volume I of the Comprehensive Chess Series should be able to do this in less than 10 seconds. The Comprehensive Chess Course is primarily intended to serve as a manual for those teaching chess in schools and colleges or, for that matter, to themselves. No prior knowledge of chess is presupposed for Volume I. Experience suggests that children will require about three months to complete the beginners course of 12 twelve lessons, while adults will need roughly two months.
GM Lev Alburt and Roman Pelts, 125 pages (Published by CIRC 2001)
Comprehensive Chess Course 2
Paperback, 303 pages, 2001 CIRC Publishing
Welcome to Volume II, the second level, of our Comprehensive Chess Course. It is aimed at those students who have completed and mastered the lessons in Volume I. In addition to numerous corrections and alterations to this, the third edition, a new chapter has been added, ""Moving On to Expert and Master."" It addresses the concerns of many readers who want a guide for consolidating the progress made during the study of volumes I and II and concrete suggestions for advancing toward expert and master.
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